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SUMMER CAMPS

Bernard Academy offers a wide range of summer camps that are sure to pique any student's interest. The camps range from STEM subject all the way to Language Arts. 

Please print and complete the above application form. You can choose to drop it off in person or scan/email to frontdesk@bernardacademy.com. 

 

Your spot in the camp is guaranteed only after payment. We accept credit cards, checks and cash.

Robotics Basic Camp (Ozobot)

June 24th - 28th

Mon - Fri

3pm - 5pm

Grades 5 - 8

It is never too early to start on STEM education. The idea of this five day camp is to introduce Robotics and Programming to our tiny tots in a simple way. They will be color coding a robot to learn basic Programming concepts and will be able to see a robot follow a set of instructions. This will help our little scientists think out of the box!

Robotics Advanced Camp 

June 10th - 14th

Mon - Fri

3pm - 5pm

Grades 5 - 8

In this camp, you will learn the basic electronic components that can build a fully functional robot. More than just learning about robotics, this camp is geared to build a student’s Communication skills, Collaboration skills, Critical thinking and more importantly Curiosity; which we at Bernard Academy call it the 4 C’s. At the end of this five day robotics camp your child/children will know how to build a robot that will follow where the light is and the best part is you do not need to have any background on robotics to take this camp. They will be trained right from the basics. This will be a fun, educative and interactive way of kick starting your summer.

Electronics Camp (Hardware)

July 8th - 12th

Mon - Fri

3pm - 5pm

Grades 5 - 8

The aim of this camp is to foster our student’s STEM skills. Students will learn how different electronic components work and by knowing the functionality, they will be able to build several electronic projects such as a genius light circuit that lights up when it’s dark, a number display circuit and many more. This camp is perfect for students who are new to electronics and also students who are familiar with some electronics. At the end of this camp, we want to ensure that students have had a lot of fun and also found some new knowledge.

Coding Camp (Software)

July 15th - 19th

Mon - Fri

3pm - 5pm

Grades 5 - 8

Love telling a computer what to do and have it do it like the way you want it to be? Well then, this camp is for you! In this camp, students will learn how to speak to a computer through Python Programming Language and build their own games! Yes, that’s right. You will be learning the basic concepts of Python and be building word games based on it. This camp will mainly focus on nurturing critical thinking abilities and will help students build their skills to create their own programming projects in the future. Students who fall in love with programming through this camp can join our year-long detailed programming classes. 

SAT / ACT College Test Prep

June 3 - July 24

Mon & Wed

3pm - 5pm

Grades 7 - 12

SAT/ACTs are an inevitable part of high school life. If you're getting the scores you need for your desired university, congratulations! If not, don't worry, we have your back. Most issues with the these tests can be boiled down into 2 categories, you don't completely understand the material or you aren't a good test taker. Here at Bernard Academy, we address both issues by providing you ample opportunities to take simulated full length SAT/ACT tests and after each test we go over any questions you may have to seal any gaps in knowledge. By the end of the program you'll become a veteran in the SAT or ACT and have a better understanding of the tested topics.

Grades 9 - 12 will be get the full test prep (math and english) while grades 7 - 8 will be studying for math only. 

Math Camp: Pre-Algebra

June 3 - July 24

Mon & Wed

3pm - 5pm

Grades 1 - 8

Classes in Mathematics with Enrichment of mathematical concepts as per the grade level will be conducted. The art of problem solving will be taught through Word problems. Word Problems will be made simple having Common Core as the basics, along with Singapore Math adapted to the US Curriculum. Students will receive personalized one-on-one instruction and we customize the learning plans based on the unique needs and goals of the child.

Math Camp: Algebra 1&2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus

June 3 - July 24

Mon & Wed

3pm - 5pm

The goal of these classes is to provide an equivalent full-year study of the respective course mentioned above to students wishing to prepare a foundation for advanced high school coursework in mathematics or to preview that material in preparation for the upcoming school year. Students should expect to have their reasoning abilities challenged while they enhance their abilities in the mechanics of the course. Through a small classroom environment, this thorough course in the respective courses above will cover the key topics in the subjects the students sign up for.

Calculus AB/BC Camp

June 3 - July 24

Mon & Wed

1pm - 3pm

Grades 10 - 12

Calculus is a challenging subject for high schoolers but what makes it better is to start on the basic concepts of Calculus right during the summer and thereby when your Calculus classes start at school, you’re already familiar with the initial topics and the basic idea of the subject itself. We will have classes for both AB and BC Calculus. For students new to Calculus (AB Calculus students), this course is a first and friendly introduction to the subject, and for someone who has seen some Calculus but wants to review the concepts and go ahead to learn new concepts (BC Calculus students), it’s a way to buckle up and be ready for tougher concepts!

For Calc AB - Students must have completed Pre-Calculus prior to attending the camp.

For Calc BC - Students must have completed Calc AB prior to attending the camp.

Language Arts: Reading/Writing Program

June 3 - July 24

Mon & Wed

2pm - 3pm

Grades 1 - 12

On any given day any person is bound to use their reading skills. Whether it is reading this particular text or reading the newspaper, it is important to know how to read different written texts. In this reading program, students will learn reading skills and expand them. In doing so, they will learn to interpret, look for evidence, practice those tricky multiple choice questions and learn to respond to essay prompts.